Hi Gary, Gary L. Shelton wrote: > Mike, here's a brief question. Is it still a problem for an acentric > universe that we have apparent non-CAM in the retrograde and sideways > rotations of the planets, I don't understand how retrograde rotations break CAM. Could you explain or give a link to a description of the problem? > or has this problem been resolved for the Big > Bang? If it is still a problem, does this mean that the acentrists and > geocentrists are yet on equal ground as far as the origins of the universe? I don't know how this relates to the big bang but then I'm not really sure what you're asking. Regards, Mike.